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Failure to Report Abuse

An Indiana appeals court ruled in favor of a school resource officer sued by a student’s parents after he failed to report the student’s allegations that she had been gang raped twice, finding that there is “no private right of action stemming from a failure to report.” 

SOUTH WHITLEY, Ind. – An Indiana appeals court ruled in favor of a school resource officer sued by a student’s parents after he failed to report the student’s allegations that she had been gang raped twice, finding that there is “no private right of action stemming from a failure to report.” 

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